Design & Creativity Working Group Leaders

Representatives of Brussels-based offices leading the work of Design & Creativity Working Group.

Design & Creativity WG Leader

Leader

Giulia Chiarel

Autonomous Province of Bolzano/Bozen – South Tyrol

Design & Creativity WG Leader

Leader

Anna Spechtenhauser

Stuttgart Region

Design & Creativity WG Leader

Leader

Konsta Ylimaunu

Helsinki EU Office

Design & Creativity

The Design & Creativity WG aims at raising the awareness of design and creativity as tools and drivers for innovation in different sectors and across Europe.

Last Working Group Meetings

Last Working Group Meetings

Design&Creativity

Webinar: Support measures for CCI sector in times of COVID-19

Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

The next Design & Creativity WG meeting will take place online on 14 May. The webinar will focus on different support measures for the CCI sector in times of COVID-19, the impact of the crisis on

Design&Creativity

Design & Creativity WG meeting

Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

We are happy to invite you to our first working group meeting of 2020! We will share with you the annual plan and discuss potential meetings, e.g. study trip and the details of this year's edition of

WG Events

WG Events

Webinar: Support measures for CCI sector in times of COVID-19

The next Design & Creativity WG meeting will focus on different support measures for the CCI sector in times of COVID-19. 

Information webinar on Cultural Heritage in Action project

Cultural Heritage in Action is a peer-learning programme for local and regional policymakers willing to exchange knowledge on cultural heritage, with a focus on participatory governance, adaptive reuse and quality of interventions. Join the webinar to know more about the project and a call for good practices.

Design & Creativity WG meeting

We are happy to invite you to our first working group meeting of 2020! We will share with you the annual plan and discuss potential meetings, e.g. study trip and the details of this year's edition of Design Days. Our speakers will be:

Briefing session: "Peer-learning scheme on cultural heritage for cities and regions"

ERRIN is hosting an information session to present its involvement in the 'peer learning scheme on cultural heritage for cities and regions' initiative.

Scoping The Horizon Workshop

This workshop at MetroLab will offer participants an opportunity to share the burden of preparing to respond to various calls.

Design & Creativity WG: Planning for 2020

In order to start planning activities for 2020, all Design & Creativity WG members are invited to a meeting where we will discuss the possible topics for the year ahead. The meeting will take place on 9th December at ERRIN premises. 

EU Design Days 2020

The only Brussels-based event dedicated to European Design

WG Related Content

WG Related Content

EC & EIF announce new funds for Cultural and Creative Sectors Guarantee Facility

The European Investment Fund and the European Commission have revealed new support measures for the cultural and creative sectors.

Update from the ERRIN Secretariat – Our work policy

As Belgium moves away from confinement, the ERRIN Secretariat has developed a new work policy with necessary safety measures in line with national guidelines for the coming months.

New JRC initiative to explore culture in EU cities and towns

JRC launches EU Culture from Home, an initiative linked to Cultural gems aimed at mapping online activities developed by cultural organisations in European cities, in order to explore synergies and cooperation.

New platform to unite creative & cultural sectors during COVID-19

The European Commission has launched Creatives Unite - a dedicated platform for the cultural and creative sectors to share ideas during the pandemic.

LUCA School of Arts is looking for partners for a Erasmus strategic partnership: AI4_FUTURE

The project is aimed at enhancing digital technologies for the active and creative participation of youths to the European cultural/artistic scene, allowing them to work with artists for a joint creation of a new EU awareness, and a renewed sense of European belonging that goes cross main societal challenges and cross intercultural divisions.

HOGENT and Howest Universities of Applied Sciences are looking for partners for Creative Europe-project on digitalisation of cultural heritage sites

We are currently drafting a project to reactivate the inherent and historical multifunctional ecosystems of rural estates and connect them to the digital technologies of the future. We see an important link to the Creative Europe call and want to set up a pilot project around the participation of digital communities in the valuation, opening up or redevelopment of cultural heritage.

WG Related Content

WG Related Content

EC & EIF announce new funds for Cultural and Creative Sectors Guarantee Facility

The European Investment Fund and the European Commission have revealed new support measures for the cultural and creative sectors.

Update from the ERRIN Secretariat – Our work policy

As Belgium moves away from confinement, the ERRIN Secretariat has developed a new work policy with necessary safety measures in line with national guidelines for the coming months.

New JRC initiative to explore culture in EU cities and towns

JRC launches EU Culture from Home, an initiative linked to Cultural gems aimed at mapping online activities developed by cultural organisations in European cities, in order to explore synergies and cooperation.

New platform to unite creative & cultural sectors during COVID-19

The European Commission has launched Creatives Unite - a dedicated platform for the cultural and creative sectors to share ideas during the pandemic.

LUCA School of Arts is looking for partners for a Erasmus strategic partnership: AI4_FUTURE

The project is aimed at enhancing digital technologies for the active and creative participation of youths to the European cultural/artistic scene, allowing them to work with artists for a joint creation of a new EU awareness, and a renewed sense of European belonging that goes cross main societal challenges and cross intercultural divisions.

HOGENT and Howest Universities of Applied Sciences are looking for partners for Creative Europe-project on digitalisation of cultural heritage sites

We are currently drafting a project to reactivate the inherent and historical multifunctional ecosystems of rural estates and connect them to the digital technologies of the future. We see an important link to the Creative Europe call and want to set up a pilot project around the participation of digital communities in the valuation, opening up or redevelopment of cultural heritage.

Latest Updates

  • By Hilary Webb

EC & EIF announce new funds for Cultural and Creative Sectors Guarantee Facility

The European Investment Fund and the European Commission have revealed new support measures for the cultural and creative sectors.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

Update from the ERRIN Secretariat – Our work policy

As Belgium moves away from confinement, the ERRIN Secretariat has developed a new work policy with necessary safety measures in line with national guidelines for the coming months.

  • By Ilaria d'Auria

Provide a regional example for the Spring AGM Policy Debate

Can your region be an example of how the COVID-19 recovery has shifted priorities, putting the green transition and research and innovation at the core of your strategy? We encourage you to get in touch with us as we are looking for regional cases to feed into the policy debate.

  • By Teresa Vio

New JRC initiative to explore culture in EU cities and towns

JRC launches EU Culture from Home, an initiative linked to Cultural gems aimed at mapping online activities developed by cultural organisations in European cities, in order to explore synergies and cooperation.

  • By Hilary Webb

New platform to unite creative & cultural sectors during COVID-19

The European Commission has launched Creatives Unite - a dedicated platform for the cultural and creative sectors to share ideas during the pandemic.

  • By Maarten Libeer

LUCA School of Arts is looking for partners for a Erasmus strategic partnership: AI4_FUTURE

The project is aimed at enhancing digital technologies for the active and creative participation of youths to the European cultural/artistic scene, allowing them to work with artists for a joint creation of a new EU awareness, and a renewed sense of European belonging that goes cross main societal challenges and cross intercultural divisions.